Petey’s Bing Energy comes in at #8 on thebestenergydrink.org Top 10 list.
A mouth watering cherry flavor that is not too tart and not too sweet making Bing Energy a favorite at thebestenergydrink.org
Not your typical mouthwash tasting energy drink. Petey’s Bing Energy is far from it . . . in fact just the opposite.
Bing Energy really tastes good, and who doesn’t like cherry flavored anything?
Because of its extraordinary ingredients, Bing Energy qualifies as a functional beverage. Not only does it have antioxidants, 5% real Bing Cherry juice, Acai Berries, they also add flaxseed oil, an energy drink first.
Combine that with taurine, guarana, ginseng root, B vitamins, ginkgo biloba, and you get quite a decent kick.
As energy drinks have become more popular, the ingredients being used are becoming more questionable. For the most part, not so with Bing.
Like all the others on our top 10 list, Bing uses no high fructose corn syrup. In fact they use all natural cane sugar. A nice change from the status quo.
Bing has achieved cult status and is growing like crazy. Here are some drink recipes that you can download by clicking this link. Although they all seem like “girly” drinks to me.
I don’t know about you , but I’ve always felt real men don’t drink “red” drinks. Think of all the good drinks we are missing out on!
With the amazing taste, nice kick, cult status, and a host of kick ass ingredients.
Why did Bing Energy come in only at #8 on thebestenergydrink.org Top 10 list?
Because sadly, with all that Bing has going for it, they decided to add artificial sweeteners.
Don’t get me wrong, I love the fact that it only has 40 calories and uses cane sugar. But I don’t buy the fact they added sucralose & acesulfame to keep it low calorie. Even though this may be the God’s honest truth.
But for everyone else out there, artificial anything is “always” used as a cost saver.
Take the artificial sweeteners out and Petey’s Bing Energy moves to #1 on our top 10 list in a heartbeat.You’ll find out more about Bing by following this link: